Chicks with Stix Throwdown
Chicks with Stix is coming to Hotham for the¬†annual Throwdown!
A one day event planned for Saturday 8 September 2012, the¬† girls-only competition is open to freestyle skiers and snowboarders of all ages (strong intermediate).
At Chicks with Stix we encourage girls to get out there and try something new on the snow - improve your skills, stretch your repertoire, step out of your comfort zone and even enter a competition! We are positive and fun and our coaches are the best in the country.
The Hotham Throwdown event format will be¬†confirmed closer to the date and will¬†be weather and conditions dependant‚Ä¶ but going on present snow conditions a free-ride event is being planned and will include the natural features of the Hotham terrain as well as some man-made jumps and bumps!
Course inspection will commence at¬†midday and the first rider will start at 12.30pm. Finals will be from 2pm.
Download registration forms and results¬†from the Events page.
Check¬†our website and facebook page for more information and updates.
https://www.facebook.com/chickswithstix¬† +¬† http://www.chickswithstix.com.au/
Image: Nat Segal coaching her group of girls at the Chicks with Stix event in July 2012.
30 August 2012
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